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Why T-Mobile is feuding with Christian colleges

A fight over an FCC license has put a small Christian school at odds with cellphone giant T-mobile. The best decision Bob Harris, president of Christian College of Georgia, ever made for ...

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China has “all your data” says Joe Rogan about TikTok

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Communist China, is collecting data from  TikTok users warns Joe Rogan. The social media platform with ties to the Chinese government continues to deny claims it has compromised the privacy and safety ...

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War on science: Anthropologists pressured to stop labeling remains ‘male’ or ‘female’

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Anthropologists are being pressured to stop identifying human remains as “male” or “female.” LGBT activists say scientists can not know how ancient individuals “identified” themselves. Emma Palladino used her Twitter account earlier ...

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Lawsuit over Skittles after EU finds ingredient can change DNA

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A civil lawsuit has been filed against Skittles alleging that the brightly-colored candies are unsafe to eat because they contain a known toxin that the company had agreed six years ago to ...

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Why are leading scientists rethinking the theory of evolution?

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Evolution, as a theory for explaining how all life forms came to their present form, is regularly presented as “settled science” – an “irrefutable fact” for which there is no sound room ...

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Republican leaders want to know what TikTok is doing with U.S. user data

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TikTok’s use of user data is in the crosshairs of nine senators including Roy Blunt (R-Mo.) and Ted Cruze (R-Tex.). In a letter from Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) the company, which is ...

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Predictable, consistent parents key to brain development in children

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Scientists have long known that the experiences you have during infancy and childhood play an important role in shaping how your brain matures and how you behave as an adult. But figuring out why ...

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Vaccination increases Covid risk according to study published in New England Journal of Medicine

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Individuals who received two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine have been linked with negative protection against the disease, scientists say in a study analyzing the Omicron wave in Qatar. The research also ...

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How corporate takeovers threaten podcasting

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At first glance, it may seem as though Big Tech can’t figure out how to make money off its foray into podcasting. In early May 2022, Meta announced that it was abruptly ending ...

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Elon Musk goes after YouTube scam ads

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Elon Musk hates “scam ads” on YouTube, echoing the frustrations of millions of Americans. His Twitter comments criticizing the Google-owned company are leading to speculation it is his next take-over target. The ...

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Have we found a cancer cure? Drug trial indicates yes

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A cancer cure has been found according to a study published on June 5 in The New England Journal of Medicine. The trial is the first in the world to completely remove ...

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We can know what’s false but censorship isn’t the answser

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We should know by now that censorship is bad even if you’re confident that you’re censoring “the right things.”  I recently saw a tweet from commentator and political scientist Yascha Mounk that I think ...

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Musk gets praise, barbs for Twitter takeover

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Many leading conservatives and other free speech advocates continue to praise Elon Musk purchasing Twitter. Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, tweeted simply, “Free speech is making a comeback.” Actor James Woods said, “I’ve ...

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Social media loses popularity among younger generations

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As concerns about the negative impact of social media on young people continue, the popularity of the apps is waning. Those born in the late 1990s and early 200s are turning their ...

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Hot dates: Israeli botanists grow trees using seeds from biblical times

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The desert is blooming as Israeli farmers are growing trees from seeds that date back to biblical times. “We’re talking about the resurrection of 2,000-year-old-plus ancient date seeds that come from the ...

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Elon Musk’s investment in Twitter may help restore free speech

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Twitter has suspended the accounts of numerous Christian and conservative leaders in recent months. Some are optimistic that its policies may change with entrepreneur Elon Musk becoming its largest shareholder and joining ...

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Tech giants among companies on Dirty Dozen sexual exploitation list

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Sexual exploitation through the use of the Internet remains a big problem in the wake of the pandemic. Several large tech companies – including Google, Facebook and Netflix – are included on ...

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Amazon Prime to raise yearly membership to what?

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If you’re an Amazon Prime user,  get ready to pay a whole lot more for the service.  Monthly rates for customers in the United States will increase beginning this month. In a press release on ...

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Missouri teen turns rejection into success by starting his own business

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If you can’t join ‘em, beat ‘em. After being turned down for jobs by 17 fast-food restaurants, a St. Louis teen decided to start his own business. “It got pretty tiring,” Jonathan ...

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What happened to the lab monkeys?

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Multiple news outlets have reported that on Jan. 22 a pickup truck pulling a trailer carrying approximately 100 monkeys crashed with a dump truck in Pennsylvania on their way to a CDC ...

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Ministry turns to social media to reach younger generations for Christ

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Popular social media channels were used to lead nearly 200,000 young people to Christ last year by Groundwire, which ministers to Millennials and Generation Z youth. “We’re not going after the atheists,” ...

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Study: Skip the small talk when meeting someone new

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Small talk slows deeper relationships, according to a new study. Opportunities to meet new people and build friendships is a process that’s critical for mental and physical well-being. This does not, however, mean that ...

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Israel has successful test of space missile defense system

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As the Biden administration inches closer to a nuclear deal that many say will allow Iran to develop nuclear weapons, Israel has announced a major breakthrough in its defense. Israel Defense Forces ...

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Ethical issues with technology to watch this year

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The ethical concerns over the effects of technology on humans have given way to larger issues about pervasive surveillance and the threat of digital authoritarianism For all of the good uses of ...

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Vaccine passport is not mark of the beast, says Franklin Graham

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When it was reported that a vaccine passport microchip implant has been developed, some Christians questioned whether it could be the biblical mark of the beast. It is not, evangelist Franklin Graham ...

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